Published: Sun, October 07, 2018
Science | By Patricia Jimenez

Three members of the ISS crew returned to Earth

Three members of the ISS crew returned to Earth

The space agency said that the statement by Roscosmos 'indicates that this is an isolated issue which does not categorically affect future production'.

The hole found in the hull of the Russian-made Soyuz space capsule attached to the International Space Station was discovered in August and was quickly sealed up by the ISS astronauts who intervened fast. Rogozin said the commission's main line of inquiry was that the hole had been drilled deliberately, a position that has been voiced in the past.

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"No one is saying, and certainly NASA is not saying, that it was deliberate", she said.

"This conclusion does not necessarily mean the hole was created intentionally or with mal-intent", NASA said.

NASA reports about this live. She exclaimed if you talk about the intentional damage which remains one of the numerous possibilities that still under review. A trio of space station crew members returned to Earth on Wednesday. He added "we stand for equal, partnership-style cooperation".

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Today, October 4, at the worldwide space station (ISS) ended the work of the 56th expedition. Down the astronauts will be on a cargo Soyuz MS-08.

According to the new administrator of NASA, Jim Bridenstine it is scheduled to attend the launch and it will meet Rogozin for the first time.

They had a telephone call on September 12 during which they discussed the International Space Station leak.

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Last month, the current ISS commander, American Drew Feustel, pointedly pushed back against the insinuation that any of the crew was responsible.

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